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Laravel 4 Mastery

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Perhaps it goes without saying that I'm fairly passionate about the Laravel framework (probably irritatingly so, for some of you). I liked it so much to the point of creating a massive course for Tuts+ Premium - most of which I've made free to the public!

Below is a list of the available lessons in the course so far. If you enjoy them, why not stay and have a look around Tuts+ Premium? You won't find a better bang for your buck, when it comes to improving your skills. The downloadable eBook collection alone is worth the membership, not to mention the fact that we offer courses on all cutting edge technologies, ranging from Ember, to Meteor, to Rails 4.

The best part, though, is that signing up helps Tuts+ immensely, and allows us to continue offering you the best tutorials in the world for free.


Section 1 - Introduction


Section 2 - Gotchas


Section 3 - Migrations


Section 4 - Generators


Section 5 - Controllers


Section 6 - Routing


Section 7 - Views


Section 8 - Mail


Section 9 - Validation


Section 10 - Supplementary


Say Hello!

As I noted above, if you enjoy this style of learning, come on by Tuts+ Premium and stay for a while!

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